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Roxanne Egan-Elliott

Roxanne Egan-Elliott

Roxanne Egan-Elliott has been a reporter with the Times Colonist since 2019. She covers the Saanich Peninsula and social justice issues.

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Recent Work by Roxanne

Inquest next month into death of man shot by police

Inquest next month into death of man shot by police

The inquest into Christopher Bloomfield’s death is scheduled to begin on July 2 at 9:30 a.m. at the Victoria Law Courts.
Greater Victoria man awarded $2.9M in personal injury case

Greater Victoria man awarded $2.9M in personal injury case

Three separate car crashes led to chronic pain, deep depression and a reduced capacity to work in his physically demanding job.
Island junior hockey player on trial for sexual assault

Island junior hockey player on trial for sexual assault

A teenage girl testified that on Jan. 31, 2023, Kenneth Boychuk sexually assaulted her while slapping and punching her until she blacked out
Man gets three years for 'vile, violent, degrading' sexual assault in CFB Esquimalt dorm

Man gets three years for 'vile, violent, degrading' sexual assault in CFB Esquimalt dorm

Hayden Chokrev-Evans’ violent attack on the woman he met on a dating app included choking, putting a pillow over her face and bashing her head into a wall
Woman questions court’s authority, cites Indigenous rights; her case involves Victoria police chief

Woman questions court’s authority, cites Indigenous rights; her case involves Victoria police chief

Kati George-Jim is charged with obstructing police as they tried to arrest a person believed to have thrown water on the police chief at a memorial.
Former Nanaimo teacher faces charges related to images of child sexual abuse

Former Nanaimo teacher faces charges related to images of child sexual abuse

Darrell Christopher Gilkes was hired as an on-call teacher in November 2022, but the district says it’s had no contact with him since he signed an undertaking not to practise in June 2023
Pro-Palestinian camp protesters counter UVic president's comments

Pro-Palestinian camp protesters counter UVic president's comments

A spokesperson for the encampment said a man arrested this week had no connection to the protest
Pickleball players measure game's sound in effort to keep courts open

Pickleball players measure game's sound in effort to keep courts open

North Saanich council has voted to close Wain Park pickleball courts, citing noise
UVic president calls encampment participants 'irresponsible'

UVic president calls encampment participants 'irresponsible'

UVic president Kevin Hall’s statement follows an incident Tuesday in which a man went into the First Peoples House on campus and threatened people with a knife.
Couple face cruelty charges after 177 animals seized

Couple face cruelty charges after 177 animals seized

In a decision under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act this year, a panel was satisfied the animals seized were in distress, with the exception of two snakes.
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